Kathy Ingraham

Instrument: Vocalist | Location: New York City

This is Kathy Ingraham's album Cool Night scheduled for release March 1, 2017. It is a compilation of her original jazz tunes born from an innate jazz sensibility infused at times with raw emotion on the fringe of pop blues and rock. Kathy Ingraham is a singer, composer and producer. This album features 10 of her latest original compositions. Musicians on the album are Pete Levin on keyboard, (Gil Evans, Miles Davis, Gerry Mulligan, Paul Simon, Rachelle Farelle, Annie Lennox Carly Simon, Jaco Pastorius ) Will Lee on bass, (Letterman Band, David Sanborn, Patti Austin, Joe Beck, Gato Barbieri , George Benson, Deodato, Laura Nyro, Frank Sinatra, Barbara Streisand) Bob Telson on Keyboard (Academy Award nomination for his song “Calling You” from the movie Bagdad Café,[2] as well as Pulitzer,[3] Grammy and Tony Award nominations for his Broadway musicals “The Gospel at Colonus”) Rick Palley on Bass ( Buster Poindexter, Garrison Keillor) Joel Rosenblatt on drums, (Spyro Gyra, Bill Evans) John Tropea on guitar, (Paul Simon, Laura Nyro, Eric Clapton) and Clifford Carter on piano

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__________________________________________________________ Jazz Weekly Creative Music and other forms of Avant Garde Kathy Ingraham: Cool Night by George W. Harris • June 5, 2017 • 0 Comments Here’s a clever way to present an album: vocalist Kathy Ingraham puts her songs in a book form, almost like a children’s night read, with the lyrics to be read to accompany the cd of alluring originals. She teams up with a variety of artists and moods, ranging from the torchy “Prelude to Your Kiss” with Pete Livin/p, Will Lee/b, Joel Rosenblatt/dr and horns by Michael Leonhart &Chris Pasin/tp to a bluesy “Cool Night” with Erik Lawrence/ts and Bob Telson’s keyboard driven by Lee and Rosenblatt

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